Outtakes: Golden Hour

It’s been such a long time since I’ve done an outtakes post! These are the outtakes from my previous finished knit post on Golden Hour, a which is my new favourite sweater. While in England, Guy and I were able to slip away for a bit and get some photos, and all the photography starts aligned with good lighting, and a beautiful backdrop, and of course a kick ass photographer. It was a bit windy, though:

Sometimes the wind is great and gives movement to a photo, and sometimes you are just trying to not eat your hair.

And even when we went somewhere else and the wind was less of an issue, sometimes I’m doing weird things. Β Or just talking, because photos of people talking are just the worst. Nothing quite like seeing how crazy your face looks mid sentence to make you want to never speak again:

“Have you ever seen such a beautiful stone wall? Really, you must take a closer look!”

And of course, a classic pose of mine:

I think at this stage Guy know just what to say to get me to do that, and then he’s ready with the camera. Every. Single. Time.

I hope you enjoyed the outtakes!

 

12 comments

  1. Urielh7   β€’  

    This top is sooooooo pretty! (and you are, too!!!) I love it! πŸ˜€

  2. Jackie   β€’  

    Love these! I always like to see the behind the scenes…it makes the perfection of the finished photos seem much more realistic πŸ™‚

  3. Jennifer   β€’  

    So cute and fun, and that sweater really does look fabulous on you, from every angle! πŸ˜€

  4. Barbara   β€’  

    You always look so relaxed, like you’re having a great time. Seeing these makes me wish I lived closer, so we could hang out more!

  5. Suzanne   β€’  

    What fun to see your personality shine in the outtakes as well as the other shots!

  6. Wanda   β€’  

    I love candid shots of people laughing, so much more than staged photos – laughing pics always make me smile too! And that sweater – it is just beautiful, I love those chevrons and that color. πŸ™‚

  7. Renee Anne   β€’  

    I love a good “outtakes” post. Makes us all remember that you’re a normal person, too….even though I’ve met you, I still need that reminder once in awhile.

  8. miss agnes   β€’  

    It’s always a pleasure to see your beautiful smile, and this is another great opportunity to admire this gorgeous sweater.

  9. Loulou   β€’  

    That sweater is awesome, as is that stone wall! hehe.

  10. Alina   β€’  

    You are adorable πŸ™‚

  11. Brenda   β€’  

    Oh man. Photos mid-speech are the second-worst. But I’m a singer, and I can tell you that, far worse than photos of yourself talking are photos of yourself singing. When singing, you tend to be enunciating even more than when just speaking normally, and it makes your face do even weirder things when frozen in a photo. I’m semi convinced that all theatre photographers have a pact amongst themselves to only take photos of me onstage when I’m singing something with an “oo” sound. It’s atrocious.

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